These royal weddings are brimming with on-trend ideas! From lush flowers to stationery and pastries, there is something for everyone.
Find out what your favorite components are and incorporate them into your big day! Also, keep in mind all the fantastic ways you can celebrate, Royal Brides. It doesn’t matter if it’s a horse and carriage, a crystal tiara, or a wax seal.
A royal wedding is known for its lavish yet elegant wedding decor.
Rich gold accents, delicate scrollwork, and dashes of rich colors like royal blue or amethyst best portray the concept.
Flatware and place settings will look great with crisp white or rich royal blue table linens. When possible, china flatware with patterned or gold chargers should be utilized. In several real wedding features, we’re adoring the use of matching gold silverware sets!
The trend of golden cutlery has caught on with most wedding supply providers, so renting sets for your big day shouldn’t be too difficult.
Many brides fantasize about walking down the aisle dressed like a princess! There’s no better setting for a royal wedding than a castle.
Even though Meghan Markle’s gown was more simple, the elaborate embroidery, delicate beading, and lace decorations lend to the regality of the outfits. Any of these ensembles, from strapless gowns with trendy pockets to voluminous gowns with lace sleeves à la Kate Middleton, will make you feel like you’re at your own royal wedding.
Right? What’s more regal than tiaras, right? After being ‘out’ for some years, tiaras and veils are making a comeback to wedding fashion. In recent years, tiaras have been worn far back from the forehead, with the tiara angled upwards.
Although Kate wore her hair open in 2011, she usually wore it in a low bun. The bun might be sloppy, elegant, or too large… There are numerous variations on a very simple but lovely style! The best part is that you don’t have to choose a large tiara because many tiaras are pretty modest in size.
“Uniform, Morning Coat, or Lounge Suit” is the dress code for males at royal weddings, as noted on the invitation. In other words, if you have a proper uniform, you should wear it.
Otherwise, the groom and groomsmen should wear the full morning dress code, which in North American terms implies a black tuxedo with a contrasting waistcoat if possible.
Common brides are often hesitant to have an all-white bridal party. In recent years and earlier, white bridesmaid dresses, flower girls, and page boys have been a common sight at royal weddings. They make a charming entourage for the princess bride of the day, dressed entirely in white.
The bridesmaids’ and maid of honor’s dresses are often sleeker and more simple. Pippa Middleton, during her sister’s wedding in 2011, was a key trend setter for current all-white bridesmaid attire. That gave me some serious royal wedding ideas!
Golden Oval Floral Frame Wreath with Geometric Border Invitations
To carry your royal theme from the beginning to the end of the day, you’ll need elegant and tasteful wedding stationery.
With gold embellishments and a soaring font, this elegant and understated invitation will be ideal. After all, royalty is all about opulence!
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